Providing integrators with a choice of products that it says uses the best available parts and materials, WireWorld has announced its Starlight 48 Optical HDMI 2.1 Fiber Optic Cables.
WireWorld explains that its new fiber-optic cables fulfill a need for integrators that want state-of-the-art performance and long-term reliability. Elaborating on the parts and materials used for the Starlight 48 Optical HDMI 2.1 cables, the company says the products’ laser modules are made by the American company II-VI. The cables’ driver chipsets are made by the German company Silicon-Line, and the products’ four optical fibers are OM3 laser-optimized grade.
The company also explains the Starlight 48 Optical HDMI 2.1 cables feature double-thickness shields and multiple high-strength Kevlar fiber bundles for increased durability and interference-free performance.
According to WireWorld, its new fiber-optic HDMI 2.1 cables support HDR10+, HDCP 2.3, Ethernet, Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), Deep Color and immersive audio.
Supporting the installation process, WireWorld notes the Starlight 48 Optical HDMI 2.1 cables’ die-cast zinc termination plugs utilize a narrow width of just 0.7 inches (18mm) to enable integrators to pull the cables through conduit.
Additionally, the new WireWorld fiber-optic HDMI 2.1 cables are also UL-C2/FT4 rated for residential and commercial installations.